Articles Tagged with ''service''

How Listening Could've Saved Me My Eyebrows

February 14, 2011
In my mind, there wasn’t much the residential market could throw at me. I should have guessed something was up by the half-amused look on my customer’s face when he described the problem as “a real hair raiser,” and that a measure of caution was in order … but what could be dangerous about a small furnace?
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HVAC and Plumbing Tips for Building Maintenance

February 7, 2011
Here are some tips for HVAC and plumbing systems maintenance in commercial buildings that will help mechanical contractors and their customers save time and money.
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The Professor: Ice Flake Machine Troubleshooting

February 7, 2011
This article is part one of a two-part series on ice flake machine troubleshooting. This article will examine troubleshooting low and high water levels. Next month’s article will examine water impurities and mechanical problems.
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Some Software for Getting the Job Done

January 31, 2011
There’s a new tekkie product on the market almost every day - or so it seems. And the HVAC trade is certainly not immune to a deluge of new products, be they mobile for field applications or computer software/web portals for office workers. This article offers a glimpse of a potpourri of software and related products.
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The Professor: Restricted TXV Metering Device

January 17, 2011
This article explores how a restricted metering device will affect system performance and efficiency. The system is a commercial refrigeration system with a TXV as the metering device. The refrigerant being used is HFC-134a. Very similar results will occur if an automatic expansion valve (AXV) is used.
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Ice Breaker: Generic Refrigeration Maintenance Tips

January 17, 2011
The actual frequency and tasks performed will vary from system to system. However, here are some generic maintenance tasks which can be applied to many refrigeration systems. These tasks can be divided into two groups: one for maintaining the cabinet and one for maintaining the refrigeration system.
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Kyle Gargaro, editor-in-chief of The NEWS, hosted the 2014 ACCA CEO Forum. At the event, six well-known, highly respected company executives, Gary Michel, Ingersoll Rand/Trane; Chris Nelson, Carrier Corp.; Chris Peel, Rheem Mfg. Co.; Rod Rushing, Johnson Controls; Brent Schroeder, Emerson Climate Technologies; and Doug Young, Lennox; provided individual industry outlooks and fielded questions directly from attending contractors. Listen to the entire event on the NEWSMakers podcast. Posted on April 14.

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